MasterCraft Series – Intercultural Management Essentials

Do you want to learn what 'Intercultural relationships in the APS' look like? Beasley Intercultural, a lead provider of global and virtual workforce development solutions for corporate and government clients in Australia and across the Asia Pacific region will share some insights with you. Beasley Intercultural and the APSC's APS Centre of Excellence for Workforce Planning will discuss this topic in depth at this session. Areas will include training approaches that focus on Inclusive Leadership, Global Mindset, Cultural Capability and Global Mobility to enable high performance. Join this session to find out more.



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Tamerlaine Beasley

Tamerlaine Beasley is Australia’s leading intercultural specialist and Founder and CEO of Beasley Intercultural. Tamerlaine and her team support leaders and their teams in government departments both in Australia and at Embassies around the world to navigate cultural complexity and deliver results. Tamerlaine has more than 25 years of focus on the topic and presents at national and international forums on cultural capability and what matters most. 

Tamerlaine’s cultural area of specialisation is Southeast Asia, and she speaks Thai, and was appointed by the Foreign Minister to the board of the Australia ASEAN Council for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.


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Nu Nu Win

Nu Nu Win is a Sir Roland Wilson Scholar from the Department of Treasury enrolled in a PhD in Economics in the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics. Her research interests are shaped by her diverse work experience across macroeconomic modelling and analysis, tax law and policy, microdata analysis and economic forecasting. She has previously held senior positions across government and the private sector, including leading Treasury’s Structural Analysis Branch and heading up BHP’s macroeconomic Team in Singapore. She has also consulted for the World Bank’s macroeconometric modelling team in Washington DC. Nu Nu is currently on leave from her usual position as an Assistant Secretary at the Department of Treasury while she completes her PhD.

Nu Nu’s research interests include analysing the effectiveness of business investment tax policy, tax incentives for business R&D and innovation, labour market discrimination and intersectional pay gaps in Australia.

Education Nu Nu holds Bachelor’s degrees in Law and Economics (with Honours) and a Masters of Applied Economics.


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Participant benefits

In this practical and engaging session, you will have the opportunity to hear from experts on:

  • Common challenges, opportunities and strategies for success when working in culturally diverse workplaces.

  • Best practice and some of the approaches being taken in APS departments.

  • Practical tips and techniques to be effective in your collaboration.

You will also have the opportunity to have your questions answered in an interactive Q&A session.

Suitable for

EL 1 - SES Band 3

Category and User level

This workshop aligns with the APS People Craft at the Practitioner level.


Free of charge.

How to register - Additional Information

  • To enrol in this session you will need a valid APSLearn profile. 
  • Steps on how to create an APSLearn profile or to view FAQs can be found here.
  • If you have moved Departments or you have multiple APSLearn profiles, you can request to merge your profiles here
90-minute face-to-screen session. 10:30AM - 12:00PM (AEST)
Event type
Australia wide
60 seats